Neil Schori’s passion for assisting victims of domestic violence was fueled by the tragic disappearance of Stacy Peterson in 2007. Over the past 10 years, Neil has served full-time in several pastoral roles ranging from family care and counseling to community groups and assimilation. As the lead pastor of Naperville Christian Church, with a Master’s degree in counseling from Lincoln Christian Seminary, Neil has actively promoted the church’s role of assisting victims of intimate partner violence for the past several years.
In 2008 Neil Schori and Susan Murphy-Milano met at Naperville Christian Church to devise a tool that would give victims of domestic violence a voice. At that meeting, the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit© was born. Murphy-Milano subsequently wrote the book, Time’s Up: A Guide on How to Safely Leave an Abusive Relationship with explicit instructions and blank forms for victims and advocates of domestic violence to use. These forms provide individualized safety plans, which document the abuse in the form of witnessed, notarized and video-taped testimony should she/he go missing or become incapacitated.
The Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit© (iEAA), developed by Wetstone Technologies, is currently available as an app from the Apple App Store and iTunes. This life-saving tool will soon be available for the Android market. More detailed information on the EAA, and opportunities to assist victims, can be found at the website Documenttheabuse.com.
Neil and his wife, Brandi, reside in the Chicago suburbs with their beautiful daughters Hannah, Mia, and Ava.
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